Structural Insulated Panels (SIPs)- a building material that consists of
panels made from a thick layer of foam (polystyrene or polyurethane)
sandwiched between two layers of Oriented Strand Board (OSB).
Structural panels offer very effective insulating qualities, rapid installation,
and consistent quality (minimizing waste). The use of OSB or waferboard
for facings is considered a positive use of wood resources. In addition,
less wood is wasted at the construction site than stick built homes making
structural insulated panels favorable materials to "green building"
What are Structural Insulated Panels?
Midwestern U.S. SIPS Manufacturers
Extreme Panel Technologies
Extreme Panels of Cottonwood, MN has been
manufacturing SIPs since 1992. Nice site with a gallery
of pictures from projects using their products.
Columbus, Ohio SIPs manufacturer that produces over
2 million square feet per year. These panels are
strong, energy efficient and cost effective.
Iowa SIPs manufactures wall, roof, and foundation
panels used in commercial, agricultural, and residential
Thermocore Panel Systems
Mooresville, Indiana SIPs manufacturing company.
Thermocore works with homeowners, builders, and architects
throughout the U.S. and Europe.
Structural Insulated Panels manufactured in Holland, Michigan.